Landgasthof Deutsche Eiche
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We finally headed back to the train station, got my 5th and final pretzel, and got on the train back to Prague. This week I have more classes and I am actually starting to get homework. This concept of "homework" is very foreign to me right now as I haven't had any since early December. It will take some getting used to again. Finally, this weekend I have another trip lined up. This time I am going to Budapest, Hungary!
Until next time,
... neat and clean, colorful, and quiet. Lori lives in the inner city and while walking around town today there were barely any people on the street. The noise pollution here is so low! They have underground trains, buses, and trams so it is very easy to get around the city. I am letting Lori take full control and be my tour guide because I believe she knows all the good things I need to see/do. Alrighty, that is all for now. Thanks for reading!
... other for leaky water bottles (and held them upside down and shook them to discover the culprit) we realised the water was actually coming through the floor of the tent. It had rained so much and being on a slight downhill angle the water was pooling underneath us creating a waterbed feel to the tent floor! Electrical equipment was hurriedly packed in packs (and Rach slept cradling her tablet like a baby) and we piled up all our stuff in the hope it would stay ...
Finally up and headed out to Dachau just in time to get a $5 tour of the site which lasted 2 & 1/2 hrs by a ex western German soldier who was very entertaining. Spent most of the day here & was better than I expected..
Ran out of steam early so fed & watered by 2100 ...
We knew that we were going to stay in Altstätten and we knew that we would go to Prague. Once you look at the map, the obvious place to stay in between is Munich. And when we think of Munich, we think of Olympic Games and Dachau. Turns out that we were a few decades late for the games but Dachau is still there and still reminding people of the atrocious acts that we are capable of. So we planned to go. On the way in, we primed ...